If you’re tired of sitting around your house or office without a working air conditioner, you should know it doesn't have to be that way. Even though the temperatures are climbing, summer is all about staying cool. There's no one better equipped to help out than Appalachian Heating. We’re the home of speedy, dependable AC repair
in Flatwoods. And we’ll get that AC running again fast so you can go back to enjoying your summer.
Our knowledgeable, experienced HVAC specialists excel at maintenance and installation. This extends to a wide range of air conditioners, including everything from window units to commercial grade. We’ll work tirelessly for you to make sure the job, no matter how big or complex, is done right the first time. And then we’ll pass the savings in both time and hassle onto you.
If you need emergency repairs, routine maintenance or anything more, we’re the best name around. You’ll get your air conditioner back to great working shape quickly and safely just in time for those summer days. You can put away the extra fans and ice packs for good.
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There are many common and not so common problems that can happen to your HVAC system. Many of these are complex and can be difficult to repair. Others are simple, and there are lots of things you can do to keep an eye out for them. This can help you recognize a problem before it becomes more severe.
Many air conditioners struggle to send cool, treated air through a home or business. This is usually because there’s a clog in your air filter. Your filter should be replaced every few months or so. It could also be because your equipment lacks enough refrigerant. Be sure to check your AC’s manual for specifics on light maintenance.
Other times your system is blowing cold air, but the airflow is bad. Poor airflow may result in hot and cold spots in your home. The usual cause is something blocking an air vent. In some cases it could be that your AC just isn’t large enough for what your home or office needs. This can happen during renovation when rooms are added or enlarged.
If the cause is electrical, it could mean your air conditioner won’t turn on in the first place. Your thermostat or circuit breaker should be checked. But it could also be a problem anywhere in the wiring. If a wire looks worn or damaged, don’t hesitate to call for expert, as your safety is one of our most important priorities.
You can also listen, smell or look for things that are out of place across your HVAC system. These are often the first things owners find. And that makes them the first line of defense in keeping your AC in the best possible condition. Staying vigilant can save you a great deal of time, stress and money.
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